Police under pressure to attend public meeting on Coalisland drugs issues – but allegedly say: ‘We’re not ready’17th April 2012 | By: Coalisland Post | 5 Comments »
The PSNI have come under further pressure from the Coalisland community to help address the town’s drugs issues after it was claimed officers said they were “not yet ready” to meet residents.
Dungannon councillor Pádraig Quinn speaks at an Easter Commemoration held in Clonoe.
‘Our young people will be taken away and kneecapped’: Fears of vigilantism as drugs problem sweeps through Coalisland26th March 2012 | By: Coalisland Post | 6 Comments »
Residents in Coalisland fear neighbourhoods could resort to “vigilantism” if the town’s growing drugs problem is not tackled soon.
A total of nine candidates in the Torrent electoral area are vying for your vote for next week’s Dungannon Council elections . Who is in the running for the six seats, and what are their chances?
Voting for both the Assembly elections and Dungannon Council will take place on Thursday May 5 2011 – on the same date as the Westminster referendum.
And Coalisland will be a hive of political posturing as ten of the candidates across the elections hail from the area.